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February 21, 2014, 07:12:43 PM
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Guys be careful to only download from their s3 bucket

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February 21, 2014, 07:34:11 PM
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Hey everyone. My name's Doug. I work for Armory. (Whoda thunk it, right?) I'm the guy who (hopefully) whipped the OS X build into shape. Please let us know if you have any problems. I think I caught all the little gotchas that had made the code unusable.

There is one small issue some of you may run into. If you compile the code on 10.9 and try to run it on a pre-10.9 system, it probably won't work. I have an idea for a workaround. If it works, cool. If not, I'll keep it in mind as I move forward.

Thanks, and I look forward to hearing from you all moving forward!

A very warm welcome here! You are part of a wonderful team!
I'm not an apple guy myself, but this way more ressources are free for general and linux development :-P

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Thanks for the warm welcome, everyone! I've been lurking a fair amount but do intend to be more active in the community. As is, I'll be wearing a fair number of caps at Armory, but I certainly intend to make sure the OS X is always up to snuff. As I become more comfortable with the setup, I'll look into ways to improve the build process and, hopefully, shrink the binary.

Speaking of the OS X build, credit where credit is due. Picobit, a member here, provided a lot of infrastructure that helped us get the build off the ground. Some tweaking was needed but the basics were in place. Many thanks to Picobit. Smiley

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February 21, 2014, 07:52:00 PM
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Guys be careful to only download from their s3 bucket
Signing the releases (as they usually are) would be better.

Yes there's too many new faces around and training users to blindly click links is bad.

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February 21, 2014, 08:31:39 PM
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I just uploaded a new Windows standalone bundle.  Apparently I missed a couple things needed for XP support.  

Previous posts about this:

Feature list for new 0.90.99-testing version
Bundles for WinXP, OSX, RPi

I have added the hashes of these downloads to the first post as well.  It's signed with my non-offline key (the key I use for email; 0xFB596985).  You can grab it from any keyserver and it is signed by my offline key, along with the GPG keys of all employees Smiley


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February 22, 2014, 05:21:21 AM
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Still doesn't work for me...just opens and crashes on "Preparing Databases" even when I restart.

What version of OSX are you on?  And can you please send the two log files to support@bitcoinarmory.com

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February 22, 2014, 06:36:12 AM
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alright no more need to worry, it's now started to work after preparing databases...
I've restarted to see if it continues to work, if not i'll let you know. Thanks for the fast support so far.

Great. Hope it's a smoother experience. Still would be good to know what version of OSX you are using.  Also, could you test the paper backup printing? That was something that was causing the most crashes for users in 0.90

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February 22, 2014, 06:53:43 AM
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Trying the new Mac build.  First impression: It is faster and smoother than previous versions.  And the fonts stay the same size all the time Smiley
The wallet consistency check is also very reassuring.

I did a single offline transaction just to test.  I noticed two issues, none of them are new, and none are serious:

1) Comments written in the transaction are lost.  Perhaps they are lost along with the transfer of the transaction to an older Armory on the offline machine.

2) One CPU is running full speed while Armory has some windows open.  For example after saving the unsigned offline transaction, I can press Done or Continue.  While this window is open, one CPU is loaded 100%.
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February 22, 2014, 06:59:44 AM
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And I just wanted to test one more feature.  Bang!

I wanted to try making a 2-of-2 paper backup of a wallet I rarely use (no funds in it).  When I presses Print all Fragments, a popup warned me that an error had occurred and that printing would be aborted.  And Armory then opened a blank window, and froze.  I had to force-quit it.

The log:
Code:
2014-02-22 07:47 (ERROR) -- qtdialogs.py:6234 - Problem with private key and/or chaincode.  Aborting.
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Users/xxxx/Desktop/Test/Armory.app/Contents/MacOS/py/lib/armory/qtdialogs.py", line 6231, in __init__
    raise KeyDataError
KeyDataError
2014-02-22 07:48 (ERROR) -- qtdialogs.py:6234 - Problem with private key and/or chaincode.  Aborting.
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Users/xxxx/Desktop/Test/Armory.app/Contents/MacOS/py/lib/armory/qtdialogs.py", line 6231, in __init__
    raise KeyDataError
KeyDataError
2014-02-22 07:48 (ERROR) -- Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Users/xxxx/Desktop/Test/Armory.app/Contents/MacOS/py/lib/armory/qtdialogs.py", line 6569, in reject
    self.cleanup()
  File "/Users/xxxx/Desktop/Test/Armory.app/Contents/MacOS/py/lib/armory/qtdialogs.py", line 6554, in cleanup
    self.binPrivCrypt.destroy()
AttributeError: 'DlgPrintBackup' object has no attribute 'binPrivCrypt'

2014-02-22 07:48 (ERROR) -- Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Users/xxxx/Desktop/Test/Armory.app/Contents/MacOS/py/lib/armory/qtdialogs.py", line 6569, in reject
    self.cleanup()
  File "/Users/xxxx/Desktop/Test/Armory.app/Contents/MacOS/py/lib/armory/qtdialogs.py", line 6554, in cleanup
    self.binPrivCrypt.destroy()
AttributeError: 'DlgPrintBackup' object has no attribute 'binPrivCrypt'

2014-02-22 07:48 (ERROR) -- Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Users/xxxx/Desktop/Test/Armory.app/Contents/MacOS/py/lib/armory/qtdialogs.py", line 6569, in reject
    self.cleanup()
  File "/Users/xxxx/Desktop/Test/Armory.app/Contents/MacOS/py/lib/armory/qtdialogs.py", line 6554, in cleanup
    self.binPrivCrypt.destroy()
AttributeError: 'DlgPrintBackup' object has no attribute 'binPrivCrypt'

2014-02-22 07:49 (INFO) -- ArmoryQt.py:5255 - Resetting BlockDataMgr, freeing memory

EDIT:

I tried again with the same wallet.  Same result.  Then with another wallet, and it worked fine.  Except that the old Print-dialog-not-working-on-Mac problem is back: The system print popup is unresponsive.

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February 22, 2014, 07:18:51 AM
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Idk about new version but current Windows doesn't always honor my secs and memory for new wallet. Sometimes it's randomly replaced. I noticed rejected wallets being created during that time.

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February 22, 2014, 05:30:59 PM
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Hello, I don't want to stir any panic but I recently downloaded Bitcoin-QT and Bitcoin Armory from legit sites. Bitcoin-QT finally completed downloadng the blockchain so when I open up Armory to start syncing the database, my anti-virus Avast system is showing a bunch of infections:

Infection: VBS:Bicololo-IU [Trj]
File: /Users/xxx/Library/Application Support/Armory/databases/leveldb_blkdata/025281.sst
Process: /Application/Armory.app/Content/MacOS/Python

So what is this? Has anyone seen it? This trojan looks pretty bad, is it a false positive? How did this happen?

EDIT: This is on a MacOs

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February 22, 2014, 06:44:14 PM
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Hello, I don't want to stir any panic but I recently downloaded Bitcoin-QT and Bitcoin Armory from legit sites. Bitcoin-QT finally completed downloadng the blockchain so when I open up Armory to start syncing the database, my anti-virus Avast system is showing a bunch of infections:

Infection: VBS:Bicololo-IU [Trj]
File: /Users/xxx/Library/Application Support/Armory/databases/leveldb_blkdata/025281.sst
Process: /Application/Armory.app/Content/MacOS/Python

So what is this? Has anyone seen it? This trojan looks pretty bad, is it a false positive? How did this happen?


It's a false positive, I've seen it before and investigated. And a VBS (Visual Basic Script) virus in an Armory .sst file wouldn't even make sense, it's not like Armory would be executing VB script it finds randomly in the blockchain.
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February 22, 2014, 09:29:32 PM
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Hey everyone. Thanks for testing out the OS X build! It's much appreciated. Smiley I'm glad that the code is a much smoother experience for you guys. It's not bug-free, I know, but we'll fix them in time. Just send in logs and we'll figure it out.

Picobit, just curious, what happens when you do a plain paper backup? I admit that I didn't do a lot of test prints at home. (Time to invest in a cheap laser printer, I guess.) That said, my printouts worked fine, but it's certainly possible I missed something or users are subject to conditions that don't apply to me. Oh, and which version of OS X are you running? I did all my test prints on 10.9.1.

Thanks again, and keep the reports coming!

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I lost the link to download the latest test versions.  Can someone please post it.
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February 23, 2014, 10:27:12 AM
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I lost the link to download the latest test versions.  Can someone please post it.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56424.msg5285727#msg5285727

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Picobit, just curious, what happens when you do a plain paper backup? I admit that I didn't do a lot of test prints at home. (Time to invest in a cheap laser printer, I guess.) That said, my printouts worked fine, but it's certainly possible I missed something or users are subject to conditions that don't apply to me. Oh, and which version of OS X are you running? I did all my test prints on 10.9.1.
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I am running OS X version 10.9.1.  It looks like a stability thing - now I cannot reproduce the lock-up, but in stead I can reach the OS X print dialog sometimes, sometimes I get a crash along the way.  When I reach the Print dialog it is hit or miss whether it is responsive or not.  I get random crashes without anything appearing in the log file (I monitor it with 'tail -f').  We have previously had some test builds with this instability, I think it is related to a bug in Qt, probably building on OS X 10.8 is a workaround.  There seems to be something horribly wrong with Qt on OS X 10.9. :-(


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Picobit, just curious, what happens when you do a plain paper backup? I admit that I didn't do a lot of test prints at home. (Time to invest in a cheap laser printer, I guess.) That said, my printouts worked fine, but it's certainly possible I missed something or users are subject to conditions that don't apply to me. Oh, and which version of OS X are you running? I did all my test prints on 10.9.1.
Hi,

I am running OS X version 10.9.1.  It looks like a stability thing - now I cannot reproduce the lock-up, but in stead I can reach the OS X print dialog sometimes, sometimes I get a crash along the way.  When I reach the Print dialog it is hit or miss whether it is responsive or not.  I get random crashes without anything appearing in the log file (I monitor it with 'tail -f').  We have previously had some test builds with this instability, I think it is related to a bug in Qt, probably building on OS X 10.8 is a workaround.  There seems to be something horribly wrong with Qt on OS X 10.9. :-(

Yeah, Qt4 is a bit of a mess, especially on Mavericks. (You should've seen the builds before my workarounds were implemented. Yuck!) We're looking into solutions and workarounds.

Oh, and just curious, did you run Alan's build or roll your own? If the latter, try Alan's. I believe it was built under 10.8. If you're still seeing stability issues, let me know.

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February 23, 2014, 11:35:53 PM
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Picobit, just curious, what happens when you do a plain paper backup? I admit that I didn't do a lot of test prints at home. (Time to invest in a cheap laser printer, I guess.) That said, my printouts worked fine, but it's certainly possible I missed something or users are subject to conditions that don't apply to me. Oh, and which version of OS X are you running? I did all my test prints on 10.9.1.
Hi,

I am running OS X version 10.9.1.  It looks like a stability thing - now I cannot reproduce the lock-up, but in stead I can reach the OS X print dialog sometimes, sometimes I get a crash along the way.  When I reach the Print dialog it is hit or miss whether it is responsive or not.  I get random crashes without anything appearing in the log file (I monitor it with 'tail -f').  We have previously had some test builds with this instability, I think it is related to a bug in Qt, probably building on OS X 10.8 is a workaround.  There seems to be something horribly wrong with Qt on OS X 10.9. :-(

Yeah, Qt4 is a bit of a mess, especially on Mavericks. (You should've seen the builds before my workarounds were implemented. Yuck!) We're looking into solutions and workarounds.

Oh, and just curious, did you run Alan's build or roll your own? If the latter, try Alan's. I believe it was built under 10.8. If you're still seeing stability issues, let me know.

Mine was built on 10.9. I meant to do it on the 10.8 VM, since it supposedly more reliable.  But I was in a hurry before I left town, and totally forgot to boot the VM.  When I get back I'll try a 10.8 build

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February 24, 2014, 02:16:03 AM
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On windows 7 I cannot get the new version to run without crashing.  I tried deleting the appdata folder but it always crashes after synchronizing with network. .88 is working on this machine (kinda, crashes every couple days).
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Oh, and just curious, did you run Alan's build or roll your own? If the latter, try Alan's. I believe it was built under 10.8. If you're still seeing stability issues, let me know.

I used Alan's, I think it is more useful to test his builds than my own - there could be things that only works when compiled on your own machine.

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February 24, 2014, 11:06:00 AM
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Why is nothing of this all mentioned on the website.
how come the last available version on the offiicial website is still the buggy 0.88
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